Innovative Technology

CanaGas Inc. has developed technology that liquifies natural gas without costly cryogenics or stripping of the gas. The innovative process is only 10% the CAPX of small-scale LNG. This opens a vast number of opportunities for CanaGas customers. To store and transport PLNG, CanaGas installs three proprietary low-temperature compatible Type-4 pressure vessels inside of well-insulated 40-foot shipping containers.

Mobile PLNG in 40 ft Shipping Containers.
@ -50 C; 10 Tons of Gas ~ 500 Mscf.
@ -75 C; 14 Tons of Gas ~ 700 Mscf.

Lower Pressure Tanks for Low-Cost Transport of:
Ethane, Liquid CO2, Propane, LPG, Y-Grade NGLs, Methanol, DME, Ammonia, and Heavy Oil Without Diluent ~ 170 bbls per Container.

New Opportunities:

  • Displace Diesel at Mines, Drill-Sites, & Remote Communities.
  • Elimination of Flaring or Venting of Methane.
  • Clean Power Generation Placement at Strategic Locations.
  • A Virtual Pipeline (from any source of gas).
  • Fuel for Trucks, Trains, & Ships.
  • Production of Stranded Gas (On-Shore & Off-Shore).
  • Export of Gas via Road, Rail, or Ship.

PLNG: The Future Fuel for Commercial Transportation.

A 53-ft container will fuel a locomotive. Equivalent to 4365 gallons of diesel.
A dozen containers will fuel a coastal/ feeder ship.
A hundred containers will fuel a large ocean-going ship.

Safety and Reliability:

The CanaGas system is Designed to Operate Safely at Ultra-Low Temperatures.
Tanks in Intermodal Transport Containers Comply with the ISO Standard 17519.
Extensive Testing Assures the Long-Term Integrity of CanaGas Intermodal Systems.
Tanks are further Cocooned in Rigid Fire-Retardant Insulating Foam. No Air inside.
Gas Transport Containers are therefore Safe and Reliable in Harsh Environments.

Major Cost Advantages Provided Through CanaGas Type-4 P-LNG Technology:

CanaGas P-LNG Compared to Conventional LNG Projects Costs a Lot Less.
- Uses a Balance of Low Temperature with Moderate Pressure. (-50 C and 100 Bar)
- Processing for Equivalent P-LNG Production is 10% that of Conventional LNG Projects.
- CO2, C3+, Nitrogen Remains in the Gas. Only Water Removal required.
- OPEX Costs are therefore 25% to 30% that of Conventional LNG Projects.
- Gas Transport Projects Showing Total Cost 40% of Compared LNG Project. (F.S.)
Will Also Provide Supply Chain Disruptions in the Transport / Export of:
Ethylene, Ethane, Carbon Dioxide, Propane, LPG, Ammonia

Strong Environmental and Sustainable Governance:

The Low-Cost Transport of Natural Gas and Other Gaseous Fluids in A 40-ft Shipping Container will Provide Immense Socio-Economic Benefits. Access to Reliable Low-Cost Energy is the Key to Social Development. CanaGas Intermodal Transport Containers will Provide for:
The Cost-Saving Displacement of Diesel for Power Generation with Much Cleaner Natural Gas.
A Low-Cost Low-Carbon Alternate Fuel Storage System for Locomotives and Ships.
Reliable Off-Grid Low-Carbon fuel, or fuel for Emergency Power Generation.
The Transport of 20 Tons of Liquid CO2 for Sequestration. (In Return of P-LNG Containers)
The Feasible Collection of Flare Gas and of Low-Flow Gas Wells or Large Methane Leakers.
The Feasible Collection of Renewable Natural Gas or Biogas; Especially from Remote Sites.
The Safe Transport of 17 Tons of Ammonia as a Source of Hydrogen or Fertilizer Production.
- There is more Hydrogen in Liquid Ammonia than in Very High Pressure Hydrogen Gas!

ESG-Driven Success for CanaGas Incorporated and its Shareholders:

CanaGas holds Exclusive License to the Patented Technology.
Proof of Design: Destructive Tank Testing of Prototypes Q1 2022.
Then Certification Testing of its 15 Bar Transport Containers for Propane and LPG.
Production Ready with Same Third-Party Supply and Fabrication Partners to Immediately Start Production following Certification from Transport Canada through ISO 17519 Compliance.
First Production of 15 Bar CanaGas Containers Scheduled Q1 2023. - 75 Containers per Year.
Will Ignite the Rapid Growth of CanaGas Incorporated through Subsidiaries that:
Will Establish a New Carbon Fiber Filament Winding Fabrication Facility in Alberta, Canada.
40 Bar Tanks for Trade in Ethylene, Ethane as Fuel or Feedstock, and Liquid CO2.
110 Bar Tanks for P-LNG Storage and Transport Projects.
And 7.5 Bar Fibreglass Tanks for Many Other Gaseous Fluid Transportation Projects.